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pope francis is now, in new york city, and the second leg of his historic, u.s. visit, he is on his way to st. patrick's cathedral right now, where he is expected to lead an evening pray inner 45 minutes. we will check live with our david spunt outside the cathedral in just a few moments. now a live look from the new york city, helicopter pad that is where the pope's helicopter just arrived a short time ago, he will meet with cardinal dolan and head to st. patrick's cathedral again, just ahead, of that evening prayer services in just about 45 minutes or so. now pope started the day in the nation's capitol where he became the first pontiff ever to address congress, spurring applause from both sides of the aisle. it seemed so surreal it brought some politician toss tears. good evening, i'm natasha brown. pope francis received a standing ovation as lawmakers welcomed him in washington this morning.
thousands gathered outside of capitol hill this morning as the holy father gave his historic speech. he called on lawmakers to address a long list of challenging ranging from climate change to the death penalty. on immigration francis called for greater understanding of those who come to the u.s. for a better life. >> we must not be taken back by the numbers, but rather view them as persons, seeing their faces, and listening to their stories. >> reporter: after his speech, pope francis finished his day in washington greeting people at a local church. he also met with homeless people and charity workers before heading to new york city. final preparations meantime are underway right here in philadelphia for the pope's visit to the world meeting of families this weekend. it is day three of the gathering at the pennsylvania convention center. catholics are attending lectures covering big family issues like raising children,
care of aging parents, finances, even divorce. today the focus was on intimacy. >> today talking about who we are and what it means to be a man and what it means to be a woman. i think really being able to open up that dialogue of just being able to really embrace who we are to be. >> the role of the family was also emphasized in pope francis's speech before congress. >> of course, highlight to the world meeting of families will be the pope's visit to philadelphia this weekend, months and months of preparations are now finally coming, down to an even. cbs-3's walt hunter met with mayor nutter and other city officials today to find out where this process stand right now, he is joining us live from the parkway, walt. >> reporter: well, for mayor, to all of the folks stopping by here to snap selfies the energy is flowing along the parkway, most folks say i have never seen anything like it, and that is accurate, because in the history of this city, there has never been anything
like this. with police cars, steel grates, security warning signs, ceiling off block after block, the parkway is becoming, the pope way. the alter for sunday's outdoor mass rise ago above traffic lanes, now lined with a million bottle of donated water a and jumbo trons to make sure that the crowd, still predicted to reach 1 million by officials, gets to see every historic moment. >> let's face it, the world is watching philadelphia but it is nothing we cannot handle. >> reporter: in the air above northeast philadelphia osprey aircraft and marine helicopter like the one used for the president and top dignitaries, practiced maneuvering, near the city prison complex where the pope will visit. on the ground the first of hundreds of national guard troops who will help with crowds and traffic, as more and more streets begin closing in the next 24 hours. including ben franklin bridge where metal security gates were being put into place, to
block traffic, a allowing only pedestrian as of 10:00 friday night. >> get in your vehicle ape be in philadelphia, certainly by 6:00 p.m. tomorrow night, that is when the larger traffic restrictions are fully in place. >> we are the city of block parties and this francis festival is the mother of all block part is. >> reporter: the police commissioner says despite large number of officers assigned here, all city neighborhood under the plan will receive, full protection during the papal visit. finally, visit won't just be spiritually enriching, officials today reiterating their earlier estimates that the city will get an economic boost estimated at 417 million-dollar dollars. live from the parkway i'm walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> walt, thanks very much. medical community meantime has been gearing up for papal visit as well. today they are setting up first aid and medical tents
all around the city, health reporter stephanie stahl got a first look inside one of them that will be used for advanced life support. >> big set up going on. there are going to be three medical tents scattered around the city for the papal visit, some will be basic first aid stations and four will be for more serious problems. i had a tour through one expect to be the busiest that is near the the alter on the parkway. >> all of the sides are set up as icu level care. >> reporter: thinks medical station set up south of the art museum in roman's field a pop up hospital outfitted for advanced life support. >> we have ventilators so we can put a tube in someone's throat, first aid, steroid, it can be used for a main medical station which is what our operation is here. >> reporter: tom grace is organizing this the surge medical assistance response team being coordinated by the delaware valley health care council and the state health department. >> we can do the the initial care to be able to stabilize
someone for immediate life saving activity. >> reporter: the football field is left over for a helicopter if necessary and ambulances will be on stand by for transporting patients to hospitals. >> anytime you have a large number of people, there is always a large need. >> reporter: inside the 48 bed facility they are getting ready for everything but expect mostly things like dehydration, sprains, cuts. >> i think we will probably see some anaphlatic reactions to reactions, this is sees on of yellow jackets can become strong. >> reporter: just outside the tent are trucks stocked with supplies and equipment. >> this is an assistant that takes liquid oxygen and changes it to gas. >> reporter: that unit closes to the art museum will be staffed around the clock by 60 people, there will be plenty of medical help ready around the city with tenst and first aid stations a and five hospitals inside the zone. so medical community is ready,
we have to watch out for bees. >> apparently. >> they could be bad. >> thanks, so much. some very important information, now about the papal perimeter and closures going in to effect tonight and tomorrow. tonight at 10:00 o'clock, the secure perimeter and secured vehicle perimeter go into effect. in the area there shaded in red and dark gray, vehicles park on the street in both zones, must be moved. and only residents, business owners and authorized personnel are permitted in the red area tomorrow morning at 6:00 metal detectors open for anyone travel into the secure perimeter from 20th street to 12th street. tomorrow morning, at 8:00, the authorized vehicle routes begin. there will be no vehicle access on the road, highlighted in orange. pope francis is heading to st. patrick's cathedral in math manhattan where he will take part this evening. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is live where anticipation is very big,
david. >> reporter: he is on his way in that motorcade right now, he will be here in a few minutes. he landed at jfk a little while ago. we have video of him getting out of the plane greeting people, holding up a pope francis doll, he was joking with students there. there were 200 catholic students select to meet him. at that point we are told he got in a chopper, and then landed here in manhattan not far from where i'm standing. he is on his way in the papal motorcade. there are thousands oz the street. he is getting ready to head inside where 2500 people will meet him inside to see pope francis. everybody is excited for pope francis as that motorcade is expected to be here any moment. we will be back live at 7:00 with the very latest. we have reporting from new york city, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thanks very much. tune into cbs-3 tonight the for our papal special, ukee washington and jessica dean will be live on the ben franklin parkway as the city puts the finishing touches on their papal visit
preparations. our pat ciarrocchi will explore the pope's history with those who know him well, that is tonight at 7:00 p.m. right here on cbs-3. plus david spunt will be here in new york, following the papal events being there tomorrow, he will have live reports throughout the day friday able, of course, we will brave you live coverage this weekend, covering major events when pope francis comes to philadelphia wye will also have you covered, we will be live streaming all of the events, during pope francis visit on our web site at cbs philly.com. still to come an update on the story we saw first on three, an investigation into a police involved shooting caught on camera. that claimed the life of the wheelchair bound man in wilmington delaware. also a deadly stabbing in center city, in the middle of an area where thousands of pilgrims have traveled for the world meeting of families, kate? and will it rain for the pope? that is the big question and
stephanie stahl finds he has been embarrassed all of these years, again, that is tonight after the game. meantime a man is murdered just steps away from where thousands of catholics are celebrating the world meeting of families right now. detectives canvassed scene at broad and cher any center city, and, searching for clues. forty-seven year-old man was fatally stabbed as he walked to work this morning. the his identity has in the yet been released, it happened just feet away, from construction crew was working. we were out here, and we were bang, tearing things down, we could not hear anything going on. i didn't hear screams or anything at all. i turned around and these guys, some people trying to help him. >> right now investigators are looking through surveillance video in hopes of identifying a suspect. authorities are still speaking out on a story you saw first on three, delaware's
just advertise department is new looking into the the death of a man in a wheelchair in wilmington. investigators say he was shot and killed by police. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan is at wilmington city hall tonight with the very latest, cleve? >> reporter: natasha a, when were you out at the scene last night things were very tense and today city officials are calling for peace as delaware department of justice civil rights division, investigates this police involved shooting. >> justice or else. >> reporter: these cry from his friend and family from the wheelchair bound man shot and killed by wilmington police in the video first obtained by "eyewitness news". police say four officers engaged 28 year-old jer any mcdole after receiving report he was armed and had already shot himself. it is difficult toe what mcdole does or says in the video but police tell him numerous times to drop his gun and put his hand up before opening up fine. >> they shot my son like road kill. >> reporter: this is jeremy's mother. >> i watched video. they shot the my son so much,
he fell out of his wheelchair. he fell out of his chair and on the ground. >> reporter: police recovered a 38 caliber handgun next to mcdole. the authorities subpoenaed video of the incident from "eyewitness news". i asked jeff bobby cummings what officers saw that we don't in regards to mcdole and the gun. >> when the officers engage him they were able to see that kind of weapon and information prior to them getting there was that he had inflict injury upon himself with the handgun. >> reporter: mcdole's family and other members of the community attended a news briefing at city hall this afternoon to challenge police on whether lethal force was necessary. rather then shush the family they were invited to take the podium. >> this is unjust. he was in a wheelchair. he was down. there is video showing that he didn't pull a weapon. he had his hand on his lap. >> mayor and police chief are pledge ago this there will be a thorough and a transparent investigation, in fact, mayor says he will attend a vigil tonight, for jeremy mcdole
which will take place at rodney avenue at corner with lancaster avenue. reporting live from wilmington, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cleve, thank you very much. philadelphia, counts down to the arrival are of pope francis meantime tonight at 7:00 in a special report the pope in philadelphia, we will look more closely at who he is, and yes has chosen philadelphia, and how this city is ready finally to roll out the red carpet for him. the path sir has a a preview. >> reporter: some have called him the pope of hope, and pope father fredrick row of argentina, pope francis has been a co-worker in the fields of the poor. >> he lives what he says. we all know and we all knew that his heart was big. >> reporter: father fedoruk owe has come to see him, even if it is at a distance. his life has changed, because of francis. so is laurie's. >> this is a pope really gets to be connected to
people. i think that is yes has rest mated and why people are so willing to write about some of the most interest math struggles. >> reporter: this lawyer and volunteer has created a spinning ministry, spinning yarn, weaving this to be presented to the pope. the yarn tied with the knots of peoples pain. >> i realize that i was homeless for like 25 years, 25 years mind you. >> reporter: when there is little to give, the gift of the hearties perfect. pat ciarrocchi, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". the the all important forecast for papal visit. >> yes. >> is everything cooperating. >> it will be cloudy a and cool but question is about the the rain and we are tracking a coastal low that will be moving toward us, throughout the weekend and bringing that chance for rain especially late sunday, we will have more on that, and, and, and, show you where that storm is. skies are clear over philadelphia, and, and, next
to a big blocking high. you can see rain in the deep south. that is our coastal low, and, it is spinning just over south carolina the track this storm takes is very important, also very important how strong this system gets because if the high stays in place that could suppress this low from moving too far north but few computer models want to keep the storm north and bring that threat for rain in our area on sunday evening. our live neighborhood network shows temperatures have dropped from daytime highs in the 80's back to the mid to 70's right now. new castle at 79. millville at 75. doylestown also at 79. but lets talk more about the weekend rain chance. first thing to note here is high pressure to the north, storm to the south. we have two different pressure sips tells getting close together that creates a pressure gradient and that lead to gusty wind. wind are coming from the north east all weekend, breezy conditions saturday but does stay dry. sunday is the date that this rain will lift a little bit closer to our area. now it remains to be seen, that rain could stay to the south of us but you have to plan for it especially with
such a big event and so many people outdoors on sunday afternoon. that storm then lifts out of here monday. take a lot at wind, tomorrow afternoon. and wind gusts to 20 miles an hour. 17-mile an hour gusts tomorrow afternoon in philadelphia they will get stronger on saturday, saturday afternoon we will see wind gusts near 30 miles an hour down the shore and 20 miles an hour here in philadelphia. they are out of the north east. that is a cool marine flow bringing cloud in as well. i want to show you two main models. we will see a tricky forecast, there is no consensus. gfs, north american model through machine morning has an inch and a quarter of rain here, european model though .3 of an inch. keeps it all to the south. this is our worst case scenario, this is that gfs mod that he will brings an inch of rain. let me tell guy news by sunday at 7:00 only only .2. even if it does rain it is late sun take tonight but there could be rain between 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. and then those amount increase throughout overnight hours. that is worst case scenario. best case scenario, south and
north of us together, that is still a possibility. that is, something we have to plan for sunday afternoon. temperatures in the lower 70's throughout the weekend. tonight game day forecast, thursday night football, redskins at new york giants, nice night, 69 degrees, for kick off here in philadelphia we have temperatures dropping down to 60 overnight and few cloud, comfortable, your friday looks good, but cloud increase, that breeze picks up, and then cloudy, cool and breezy throughout the weekend but early next week we are right back to great weather hiding 80 by tuesday.
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because unlimited pollution shouldn't be a right. but playing outside should be. eagles gearing up for the big game coming up. >> massive game they are all big at this point. eagles open up with 17 new players on their 53 man roster, two of them are running backs and it turns out, they will need all of the extra fire power they can handle will. leslie van arsdal has very
latest on the birds. >> reporter: demarco murray, is still unclear status on sunday. did he in the practice today after injuring his hamstring on wednesday but chip kelly says that will not affect the eagles game plan. >> will not go today, we will see what he does friday on or saturday. >> the good news eagles have ryan matthews and darren sproles waiting in the wings. >> we know, we have depth in running back. that was always the the plan for us. we have tremendous confidence in ryan and darren sproles if demarco cannot go. >> no secret that the gun game has been bad, total of 70 yards, worst in the league. players necessity whoever end up in the backfield they have to get something going. >> we have very strong and powerful backs. >> unaudible. >> it is still early in the season. we have to get out and execute and we have time to get this
stuff turned around. >> chip kelly a says linebacker kiko alonzo will not play sunday and linebacker michael kendricks could be a game time decision. reporting from the novacare complex, leslie van arsdal, "eyewitness sports". phillies manager pete mackanin admitted he is thinking about spring training next year. but before he gets there the phillies have to finish 2015. they look to take two out of three from the marlins in miami tonight. last night they played 11 innings and g gordon did the damage with the game winning double with two outs, marlins win four-three. alex asher is on the mound tonight for fightins. and oh, our good friend jonathan papelbon up to his old tricks in d.c. nationals/orioles. perhaps was booted in the ninth inning after drilling manny, he hit the a go ahead home run. the nationals have a losing record since papelbon arrives. that gives phillies fan something to like. perhaps didn't leave here on the the best of terms, just saying. >> i get it. >> thanks very much. >> we are back in just a
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well, live look right now on the parkway where ukee and jessica are gearing up for our pope in philadelphia special, hi, guys, they are going to be previewing pope francis historic visit to philadelphia for world meeting of families. you can see it right here on cbs-3 coming up at 7:00. ukee ace urging you to watch indeed. >> thanks for watching us here at 6:00 "eyewitness news" returns at ten on our sister station cw philly and back a at 11:00 on cbs-3 or after football tonight. up next, "cbs evening news", from new york here now is scott the pelley.
>> pelley: the pope and congress-- he who humbles himself is exalted. ( applause ) >> i am happy that america continues to be for many a land of dreams. >> pelley: also tonight, a deadly collision. victims include tourists and college students. before vladimir putin meets with the president, he sat down with charlie rose. >> reporter: so you would like to join the united states in the fight against isis. >> pelley: and. >> i feel really excited because a lot of kids never got to meet the pope. >> pelley: tomorrow, she will. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.